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St John's Forfar

St John’s draws its congregation from the people of Forfar itself, nearby villages such as Letham and Padanaram, and the countryside of Angus and Perthshire. Some families have been associated with St John’s since the 18th Century.

St Margaret's LunanheadIn recent years, a number of new members have joined – mostly people who have come to live in this area of Scotland from other parts of the UK, and whose different backgrounds and experiences have greatly enriched our Church family. All will bear witness to a very friendly and welcoming congregation.

Come and meet us, come and share our worship and companionship. You, your friends and family will be made most welcome. The church is open every day from about 9am to 2pm for prayer or just to look around, and you can find out about services on the relevant page.

Latest News & Events

St John's worked together with Angus Creative Minds and Angus Health & Social Care Partnership to create a video remembering people who have died. Those contributing expressed their thoughts in word and voice and local artists interpreted those in artwork which was put together into a film. This can be viewed here . A group then met by video-conference to view the film and discuss their reactions. The event was a great success and one we intend to repeat in 2021.

Public services of worship recommenced on Sunday 20th September at 11am. Services can be accessed through St John's YouTube channel - remember to hit the 'subscribe' button to find the channel again easily. 

The Wednesday services remain suspended. Wednesday's Drop In for Soul Time will continue to be available again through St John's YouTube channel (see above).

For further details see Services. All are very welcome.   

The Scottish Episcopal Church (SEC) is broadcasting video coverage of Sunday 11am Eucharistic services via its website, social media channels and YouTube channel.  The web page for the broadcast is located at www.scotland.anglican.org/broadcast-sunday-worship .

Please light a candle in your window at 7.00pm every Sunday with the prayer which can be found in the Services tab on this website for as long as the present situation continues, as a sign of Christ’s light for all who need it.

The College of Bishops is designating 2021 as a Provincial Year of Pilgrimage. For further information, click here.

To visit the Diocesan website, follow this link: www.standrews.anglican.org

 

 

 

  

 

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